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Call for summer beachcombers to hunt for skate egg cases

14 July, 2015

Walkers, divers and fishermen in Argyll are being asked to report sightings of common skate egg cases, to help Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) learn more about where the huge fish are breeding.

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Fun for all the family on the Isle of May

09 July, 2015

There’ll be activities galore when Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) hosts a special day for families on the Isle of May national nature reserve on Friday 24 July.

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Free family event at St Cyrus nature reserve

07 July, 2015

Mark July 19 in the calendar for plenty of free, family fun at St Cyrus national nature reserve’s Discovery Day.

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Double boost for species as major work starts at Angus river

02 July, 2015

Improvements at an Angus river as part of a £3.5 million UK project to improve habitat for freshwater pearl mussels and salmon are set to go ahead next week.

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Really wild cycle at Loch Leven

01 July, 2015

A new free family event kicks off in July with a Really Wild Cycle around Loch Leven.

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Join the free family fun at Tentsmuir

23 June, 2015

There are still spaces left for Tentsmuir national nature reserve’s popular Family Day on 9 July, but they’re going fast.

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Scottish Natural Heritage hails successful open event

19 June, 2015

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has welcomed the community turnout after a meeting in Kirkwall, Orkney, on Wednesday evening.

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Peatland Action receives extra £3million

18 June, 2015

An ambitious project which has helped drive major restorative works at 100 peatland sites has received an extra £3million funding, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) confirmed today.

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Isle of May seabird weekend on the bill

17 June, 2015

A special seabird weekend is coming up soon on the Isle of May national nature reserve on 27-28 June.

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Project wins Heritage Lottery Fund support

15 June, 2015

River and Fishery Trusts of Scotland (RAFTS) has received £41,900 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to begin developing the Scottish Invasive Species Initiative (SISI) project, it was announced today. This grant will enable RAFTS to apply for a full grant at a later date.

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